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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX tHK LKTHBRHXiK UA.TLT HERALD SEPTEMnKK 5, 1917 Need New Turbine For Increased Power Load That a. new turbine will hsva la bo ordered without delir in order to pro- vide power lor thp Increasing load was the statement made at tho city councll meeting resierday afternoon which will cost about Instated. If business keep? up or keeps on In- creasing U will be an easy matter to pay for the machine In five or r.U years from proftls. U Is suggested by (he commissioner that Bfe per cent- lent bonds be sold to cover the thins should happen to II, II would mean that the city woulj not have enough power, to supply the demand. AVe would have to close down the street railway system and_cut off part cl the light load. It will lake a year to build tnd delivery on a lurbme. so 1 ihmX we should not delay Irj ordering." Mr. Freeman figures that tlie elec- tric light.aud power department will make a profit ol this 5 ear. This a prom ot which stood lo llie credit of trie department at the end of last year will pive J1S.OOO to- ward the purchase of the new machine FAMILY DOCTOR'S NEWS BEEI GOOD ADVICE: BKKSC Ttef Did i, P. Q., JJLX. 14th, 1915. ;ire S20.000 for this anil, which would the cost down to for a new turbine- Mr. Freeman points out with a new turbine it would ba possible for the city to firrhUh power to new mills or olher Industries. At present tho load is growltg owlug to the greater amount of power used by the mills and ibs large number of new molor units betag Installed In garages ano" other business places in Ihe clty. Tho commissioner was asked to make a complete written report lo the council on the proposal and It will bo dealt with very shortly. Local Committee on Food Economy Now Organized "It must bo. said Tresident Marnoch at yesterday's ineellnE ot local [cod conlrolers. "that Ihe main thing is not lo save tioney for us but to see that our armies and onr allies are supplied with what they Becd tiial we can send them." At a meeting which was attended mostly by ladles in the board o[ trade oince' yesterday afternoon, -and over -which G. R. Msrnorh." vice-chairman of the Alberla-adrisory committee on lood control presided, a local advjsory commlttee of seven was appoiuted to Kid the movement in this city and dis- trict. Tho committee will be com- posed ot a representative o[ each of the Local Council of Women, Women's Civic club, jlalhesis. club. Sir Alei- ander Gait chapter and Major Jack HUES chapter ot the I.O.D.E. and R. T. Erymner end Her. Mr. Baiter, secre- If hair's your pride, use J HERPICIDE i tary ot lbjrk done by Ihe local branch. It SPHM3 that lu comparison with popu- lation.'Coalliursl has done moro than any place In the province slnco the, organization o' Ihe Eoclcly here. Thlt record ought to eucouragc us to even Urger efforts. Mlsa tJly: Melllns la visiting with frleoda at Ferule. Coalhurst boasts of links now and several of our local eolf'cnlhus] asts arc diligently practising In the sunny allernoons. Mr, and Mrs.. Doriald MaeNell mot ored 'to Plrcber Creek ou Satunla they were met by Mr. nnd Mrs McKeegan, of..Colcnian. The parl> then' th'e-Waterton I.akea, re turning on Monday. Joe'.JJelliug had the misfortune tc severe'ly'cul bis hand ou Sunday whll at work at Iho mine. Tho wound i healing up nicely.- The ladles' Aid held a very success ful sliji'Jerry and ice cream tad lately. The total proceeds ansounlet to. about of which S2S was recel ed from'the sale of a quilt made b lua members o[ the society. John; McLcoil lett on Tucsday We luvo r.leasuro In welcoming ack to Cimlhnrst Jouathau Davis, Ho enlisted wlllt tha 3UI battalion. ,'ler bi'Ink twice wounded, th9 firsl ountl belug rccelv-.Hl on first day Iho trendies. Corp. Davis lias rc- vcd bis discharge-. Tiio rclurn of ur war velerana la helping to bring B war much nearer lo us und wo aru to undcrstaud heller what means. Tao LjilCj1 A 111 held a business ecllUK In the chlllch ou WednesJay hen progress was reported lu the ork the socloty Is doing for Iho jianso t spend-.a visit In Vancouver- Mr. an Mrs, McKecgan. ot Coleman, spen sewal days 'this week with Mr. an tlio foliowliig J. Dellai t flCI; II. II Ulllcli, (19; McNeil, J. C. tiimpbell. ,D. A. Currlc. J5 each; J. Mi'I-ooil. 51; B. W. Pur- vis, I1. S. I.anslry, Mclutosb, J. Kchough, 51 cAiu; It. Ilrown, J. .Mc- liltes. W. Scarlc. W. Mclnuls, K. Smith, C. Munroe, H. Connor, Mn- chlu. II. Archibald, lliiiulltou, J. Jlcltea. W. McDonald. C. llrooks T. Cancelllerl, }l 50 each; J. McDowell. 51.25. Coiuilo Mack seems lo havo develop- ed llube Scbauer, the former Giant, The Red Cross society has received luto a pretly fair pitcher. "Seal Brand" means a certain, definite blend of high-grade in quality and-always delicious. Don't take any always insist on having "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. la 1 and I pound llns. Whole line (round for Pcrcolalors. Never sold in bulk, m .CHASE flc SANUORN, MONTREAL, lOc Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS Will K-iLHQBt FLIES THAN r CF ANY bilCKV _J '.AKHEB Clean to handle. Hold by nil Drug- fists, Groccri and Genera! WHERE TO GO FOR -'.._ Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing fflCK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Lhe coming John. Malaiki was very Injudicious at Cross darice last week. lie expressed himself somewliat slroagly on irar questions ivlth the result lie has been arrested the provincial police. Austrian and" German sympa- thizers are Gliding it'unhealthy to say- so JtTthese days. Red Cross DJnee The Be3 Cross dance was a tremen- dous success, the proceeds amounting lo approximately ?100.' Refreshments were served and were played, dancing beinfj'cohtinued lo a late hour. Among, other interesting j features was the raffle of a-chaxJ knit WANTED! Party or Parties to i Cot 220 acres of Flax North of Chin, Alberta Write or Inquire of EOWIN. JOHNSON co. ElltsDn''MiMine Co.. 224-6 FRUIT SALT HEADACHES What woman isn't "subject to them? Some frequently.'- Others less often. But, in any cast, if the womenfolk would only follow the exam'pte set .by their husbands and brothers .4p the of Eno's "Fruit too, would tt- capt the annoying, painful titnl- aches caused by a lazy liver of tie- ringed Made of the stimulating and refreshing menta of fruit, juices, Eno's 'rouses the, torpid liver fo fresh ac- tivity and cleanses and the whole digestive r.nd eliminative tract. A headache has no show where Eno's is. All dr Victoria, D.C., Sept. for increased Irom 50 to CO ceiitE for an ciglil hour day, accord- Ing to the difTcrcnt clfdses of labor, hato been made by the shipyard work- ers here to the Imperial 'rdUDlllone honrd. The rlcmBnda arc coincident Tvlth the claim made Ly tbd Seattle ivorkers, wnlch Is lo be the subject ot an Inquiry by a federal board of arbl- IralloD. Unskilled vorliera In Llie ship- yards here are getting 93 a <1ay, and demand J3.CO. Cuulters get J5.50; iblpwrlghls 15 and joiners 31.50 a day, and double pay for all overtime. All the latter classes want an Increase of 50 ccats. Prepared br J. C. EfWj Limbed, "Fru'il S.H Lortdvn, FJIJ. Agenlj for Worth America RMtOLO F. RITCHIE ft CO., LlnJted, 10 McCiul 9t- TORONTO WHAT ONTARIO FOLKS SAT. ii to state thai ired pot benefit from Ibc use of Dr. PICTM'I "Prtacrip- tion. fame limi ago 1 waa run down and weak, miffrrwl lea of appetite nnd was miserable. Four bottles of UK 1 cured me op n sfcipej it did for or. and 1 eui recommend tt very highly to mncn who ore MAM Haul, 1Z7 IIos St., Hamilton, Ort. Aspinwall Potato Diggers An Amazing Opportunity! IN STOCK SOLD BY E.A.SharmanCo. 1217 SECOND AVENUE LETHBRIDGE Auction Sale of Boys' Suits and Overcoats, refused by Consignee FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL AT AUCTION AT HIS AUCTION ROCIMS, S. O. E. BUILDING, TENTH STREET SOUTH On Friday Next, September 7th AT 2.30 O'CLOCK x 25 Boys' Suits Jind 20 Boys' :mrt Youths' Overcoats 'i- ABSOLUTELY THE LATEST STYLES i BRAND NEW GOODS in' Tvreels and Scrgea. This QXlraonUnarv Knln. nrrnalnnnil a dlsnuic offers a wonderful opuoitunity to the nubile -.0 secure thn lateat anJ highest class goods in boys' clothing at Ihcl7 oivn prices The goods will arrive Wednesday, inornlnr; aild may bo inspected any time prior to sale. Values from 512.00 to 520.00. Highest grade goods. If Ton prefer to deal privately you may nrranjio to do this Wednesday and Thursday. BRING YOUR BOYS AND TRY THE SUITS ON. FRANK WADDINGTON Calf air, Stpl. t. Alberli flran Lodge of Sons of England In sea yesterday at Medicine Ihe following officers: Grand Past Presi- dent, S. E. Whllesldc, Medicine Hat; grand president, J. Hors jell, Edmon- ton South: gratui'vlct-presideal, J' Playdon, D. Oale, Calgary; grand A, O. Aycrs, Red Deer; grand II. C. C'ahlc, Wraonlon South, and F. If. Courlnsll.-Hed Deer. In favor of conscription and the franchlsomonl of aliens until five yearn after conclusion of Ihe war were nnaav Imoualy Next ynr'i nxetluf will be held at Calgary. few I got In i verKmuch run-dowB eoDdition. WM ?wy weak; could not do anything; had no strength ill. I be- gan taking Dr. Firrcc'i Frescrip- ticn; 1 only took five bellies and it f'A me in splendid condilion, I Ml better than 1 had for years. Other members of my firr.ily have Ibis medicine and found il equally ai beneficial. I highly recommend it lo weak wowieli. A. GiLMocm, 71 Brighten Row BruUord, Out, The ute of Dr. Piern'i FaTorHe Pie- teription rr.iifg wotna happy by matin! llcin bcallhy. (pcllf. weak 1'rescription" mik ___ orncn Etrong, nek women Liku an open book, our Itaf tell m of health or diECMc. Hollow check! and Bunkrn cyO, liiltat eleepleii KMting debih'lntins ditt-ue place in the body, It'raay he DTK THRESHING OUTFIT FOR SALE 25 HP. TRACTION ENGINE IN GOOD. CONDITION. SAWYER AND MASSEY SEPARATOR BELTING, 32 INCH CYUNDER. WILL BE SO.LD ON GOOD TERMS. APPLY TO J, A, SMITH SALE AND place or another, the cause _ traceable lo a comraftn fiourcc- Gel tho "ProOTn'iilion" lifjuid or lablct you la Lter your physical Cofldjfaon apfrdJy. Dr. tJaai'i mi k- body M Leo. M. Coombes TEACHER OF Piano and Harmony Lethbridge Cmncrratory of Musk STUDIO, ROOM 1, PHONE 7M In to Meure cirTjr will GOING OUT OF THE DAIRY BUSINESS Auction Sale of Dairy Cows AT 720 NINETEENTH STREET N. i AT TWO P.M. ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER It favored with Initructlont from JA9 TENNANT, Eiq., wha' I: going out of the Builnett to cell the following conilitinf ot 13 Good Dairy and tome due to cnlve toon', 1 tticr, IB month! M. fat: 3 bull calvtt, i month! old; 1 roin horn, 6 M, wtll troke; 1 mafe, 1 old, well broke: 1 buggy, Ml a number of ehlektni Itnrf gCEtoi all the dairy uttnillt, conslitlng of milk cant, etc.; alio.a milk ricvM, In a good italo of repair one dining room I might cowl are all good mllktn eicellent condition. one wanting a good cow thould attend thlt tale September 71ti at 2 p.m. TERM! PHONE 1023, OOHINION iLK, ;